Macro Monday: ‘Weeds with the leeks’

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Monday 06 April, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Here is my posting for Macro Monday

There has been an enormous amount of rain here in southwest Türkiye this past winter/spring, and as a result, the weeds have gone rather mad this year. This beautiful flower is actually quite tiny; found on a tall weed growing amongst the leeks.

Hope you all like it !

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7 thoughts on “Macro Monday: ‘Weeds with the leeks’

  1. londoncab53 says:

    I love it when the weeds are so pretty you don’t want to pull them out. I have one with lacy leaves and gorgeous purple flowers but if I don’t pull them out as soon as I see them, they’ll take over the entire garden. Have you made cock-a-leeky soup?

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  2. dayphoto says:

    I love the color of the plant. It sorts looks like a penstem, which are natives here.

    Linda
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  3. Colleen says:

    What a beautiful coloured flower…see even weeds can be beautiful! 😉

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